Electroacoustic show with BEAMS at the Works
The Boreal Electroacousitc Music Society will present an evening of
experimental sound and video as part of the Works Festival of Art and
Design of Monday, June 27 at 7 pm in the Stanley Milner Library Edmonton
Room. Local sound artists Himiko, Stephen Sereda, S’sE SESSIONS, Wayne
DeFehr, Phillip Jagger, Don Ross and Billie Zizi will present live
guitars, vocals, clarinet, piano and bass with electronic processing,
along with software that generates sound from visuals, AI from video
games, cosplay, dance and video from John Osborne, Phil Jagger and
Kitter Litter Blues an improvisation of jazz and avant-garde piano, with maybe some dancing. I'll be wearing my kitty disguise.
The pieces are: Meeting Mr. Mayhem, Mama Goes Schloopin', and Jafex.
S’sE SESSIONS performs live music that ranges from experimental
to ambient score oriented soundscapes to progressive bumpy beats; bowed
and plucked basses, turn tables/sampling, sequences, live looped and
live guitar, and samples and synths make up our scored and ad lib set.
We will be adding guest members for tracks to upcoming shows to fulfill
the ‘sessions’ aspect of S’sE.
Save Keys to Open Doors! The Avatars Reach Out explores the early examples of AI voice synthesis in video games
Phil Jagger and agapé raygun experiment
glitch pop with software that transforms visuals into sound.
Don Ross and Billie Zizi
Don Ross and Billie Zizi will perform live clarinet, guitar and
vocals with electronic effects, with visuals by Christine Miller.